Nutella Waffles To Aloo Paratha: Treat Yo'self To These Vegetarian Breakfasts

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Tough to imagine your breakfast without crispy bacon and succulent sausages? Then our handy list of vegetarian breakfast spreads in town will not make you miss your meats. From trending smoothie bowls to delicious Pizza Idli, we got you a bit of everything. So, grab your keys, and bolt to these places, one day at a time.

Button Idli - Flavours Of TMH

Growing up, Abids' Taj Mahal Hotel was our constant! Flavours Of TMH is its relatively newer outlet in Banjara Hills. While the South Indian tiffins and meals are top-notch here, if there's one thing that you should eat here, it's Button Idli. Dipped in piping hot sambar, this dish is served along with coconut chutney and podi. The sambar is quite authentic and we like that it's not sweet; the right amount of spice makes this killer. While you're at it, don't forget to order a cup of filter coffee.

Nutella Wofl - WOFL

Where do you get the best waffles in town? WOFL, of course! With a decor that’s pleasant to one’s eye, it attracts kids (spot them gawking at the cartoons on the wall) and youngsters with its pocket-friendly menu. We tried the Nutella Wofl which comes with generous helpings of Nutella that’ll leave you licking your fingers for good. While the mini waffle is ideal for kids and the ones with low appetite, the regular one can be quite filling. The best part about these waffles are they’re served crispy, and the Nutella doesn’t make them soggy. Also, did we mention their waffles are eggless? Plus, they have three branches in the city.

Pizza Idli - House of Dosas

This delightful blue cafe in Banjara Hills is full of surprises. Step into House Of Dosas, and find a wall full of post-its from visitors raving all things amazing about the food here. Pick a cosy corner or settle on their bar-styled seating and ask for a Pizza Idli. This dish is crumbs of flavoured idli with pizza toppings served along with coconut chutney. May we say out of the world and better than a pizza? The fusion of butter soft idli and pizza toppings is an experience every foodie must sign up. Wrap up your meal with a Nannari Sharbath and leave a good note and post-it on the wall.

Baked Yoghurt - Feu

Feu almost convinces you that you're in Paris. It's so Instagram-worthy that you might visit it quite a few times, for the ambience, although it's slightly overpriced. On the weekends, these folks serve up healthy probiotic bowls between 7.30am to 11am and there's no reason why you should miss them. We recommend trying the Baked Yoghurt which is served with blueberries. Healthy but also dessert, you'll go back for this.  

'Upma' of Quinoa & Broccoli - Santè Spa Cuisine

Popular for its farm-fresh food and healthy meals, Santè Spa Cuisine is where we go for scoring large breakfasts. We particularly love this quinoa upma that has lots of broccoli. If you don’t relish broccoli, the chances of loving it are high after you try this one. This mildly spicy upma is extremely filling and we suggest you share it with your bae. Served with plenty of greens, let’s just say that you won’t wait for lunch hour with a breakfast like this.

Rice Pongal - Minerva Coffee Shop

If there is one thing that takes us back to Minerva it is their Rice Pongal. Served with spicy tomato chutney (which is more of curry with onions and mirchi) and raita, this dumpling of Pongal is perfect if you’re craving something authentic. Go here for this dish and filter coffee, and start your day right. If you’re a chutney lover, be sure to ask for their coconut chutney.

Aloo Methi Paratha - Popular Punjabi Paratha

Simple, non-fussy, and great food is how we'd define Popular Punjabi Paratha House. Located in Sindhi Colony, this hidden gem of a place is where you'll share tables with strangers. Their chef's special Balle Balle Parantha comes with delicious chole masala and pudina chutney — a must try. We love their Aloo Methi Paratha that comes with pudina chutney, and these folks open up at 10.30am. Don't forget to grab lassi to go with your breakfast. It's also one of the best Punjabi restaurants in Hyderabad.


Former Editor, LBB, Hyderabad.